At this park, your pup can train on agility equipment by jumping over obstacles or running up ramps. Let him get all his energy out as he runs around playing with other dogs or plays fetch with you. Be sure to keep an eye on your pup and bring your own poop bags to clean up after him. You can watch him from one of the many benches, some of which are covered for shade.
If you want to explore the rest of the park, there is a 1.5-mile trail around the park, as well as pavilions, grilling areas, and soccer fields. Just remember to keep Fido on a leash. There's also a half-mile trail around the dog park which you can stroll down and let Fido sniff the nature around him. There are restrooms for humans, but they are a short walk from the dog park. You are never to leave your dog unattended.
Your dog must always be wearing his licensed tag and he cannot be aggressive. Dogs must be able to come at your command and dogs in heat are not welcome in the park. There are two entrances to the 200-acre park. You can park near the dog park if you use the entrance at 400 Rabbit Hill Road and turn right into the first parking lot.